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    what is net?

    in dos there is a few programs called net.....i was wondering what the hell they did. do they allow you to connect to networks or something?

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    Hmmm,
    I guess you might be talking about the netstat commands. They let you see the connection status of your computer. Go to a DOS prompt and type "netstat -a" without the quotation marks. Hit enter. This should show you a list of connections to your computer. Try this link for some more info: http://www.computerhope.com/netstat.htm#04
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    no, he's refering to the windows networking commands..

    net use, net view, net time...

    -> Start -> help -> search for net...

    Ammo

    PS: you might want to consider RTFM... (kindly...)
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    type "net help" in a dos command box and enjoy. You can do a lot of things with this command.
    Life is boring. Play NetHack... --more--

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    hehe help
    yeah its just for networking

    if in dire staits in the command line type "help help" (sure bugs bunny said that :P)
    http://www.attrition.org/gallery/computing/forum/tn/youarenot.gif.html

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    ammo you know what im talking about net use and those what are they?

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    NET commands are commands in Windows 2000, NT and XP (I think) that perform functions on a network. To find out all of the commands, goto DOS and type "net". Typing "net" lists all of the functions included in it. To find out about each specific command, type "net [command] /?". Most of these commands are service-reliant, so don't expect to be able to use all of them.



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    RTFM: Read The *****ing Manual
    Preliminary operational tests were inconclusive (the dang thing blew up)

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    Search for people with netbios port open and then net send (ip address) and have fun.
    Maybe i am just easily amused but i like messin with people that have 139 open
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